Hi @Hari Ghotra, on Friday night you mentioned the difference between bay leafs, so does this mean that when bay leaves are used in you recipes its always the Indian bay leafs that are used and not our commonly known bay leafs?

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dcmorris27
over 1 year

sorry, yes Kashmiri chilli powder.... l knew l wasn't spelling it wright.... but a French mobile... sometimes it gets confused... lol! and thank you sooo much for doing that for us xx

Sue Geen
over 1 year

no probs @dcmorris27. it might be a couple of weeks before I'm back up there though. do you want kashmiri chillis or kashmiri chilli powder? I've sent you Friend request so we can exchange details there.

dcmorris27
over 1 year

@Sue Geen we can find them on Amazon but mot in locally. I suppose it would be cheaper even with postage on. But can I be cheeky and ask for some cashmere chilli too. Let us know cost of it all. Do you have a paypal account otherwise let me have your landline number and I'll call you for bank details to pay you. Calls to UK landlines are free for us. And thank you sooo much for the offer xx😘

Sue Geen
over 1 year

can you get the indian bayleaves in Frane @dcmorris27 ? if not next time I go up to Leicester I'll get you some and post them over.

dcmorris27
over 1 year

lol.... oh dear @Damian Green😀

Damian Green
over 1 year

Something had to cheer me up after the parsley(not coriander) situation 🙄

Damian Green
over 1 year

Two actually @dcmorris27 Laurel and Hardy! 😂😂😂

dcmorris27
over 1 year

lol @Hari Ghotra have got a comedian in our midst..lol!😁😁

Damian Green
over 1 year

What’s the name for the Indian variety - is it Hardy? 🤣

dcmorris27
over 1 year

@Hari Ghotra thank you will have to get some then.

Hari Ghotra
over 1 year

Yes usually most people switch in the Laurel but it’s not the same